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2022 Incidents
Jan 67
Feb 80
Mar 75
Apr 68
May 64
Jun 71
Jul 96
Aug 90
Sep 88
Total 699

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2019 940
2020 994 9356
2021 991 29699

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Lower Somerset EMS is currently accepting applications for Full Time Paramedics.  Click for more information.

No Caption Lower Somerset Loses One of its Own.

Captain Matt Tomlins, July 20

The officers and members of Lower Somerset EMS are saddened to report the devastating loss of Life Member Jerry MCCready. Service information has not yet been released. Check back here often for updated information. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Lower Somerset EMS Stands with the Wicomico County Sheriff's Department.

Captain Matt Tomlins, June 13

The Officers and Members of Lower Somerset EMS send our deepest condolences to the Wicomico County Sheriff's Department and to the family and friends of Deputy First Class Glenn Hilliard. Deputy First Class Hilliard was slain during a high risk warrant execution by a coward. Deputy First Class Hilliard leaves a wife and three children.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Captain Matt Tomlins, June 12

Lower Somerset EMS was alerted today at 1255 hours for the report of a house that was on fire in the 3200 block of Lawsonia Road. Crews from Crisfield, Marion, and Fairmont were alerted as well. Units arrived on scene to find smoke showing. An aggressive interior attack conducted by firefighters from the Crisfield Fire Department made short work of the incident. Once pet was rescued from the home. ... (Full Story & Photos)

2022-2023 Operational and Administrative Officers Announced.

Captain Matt Tomlins, June 07

Lower Somerset EMS conducted its annual elections for both operational and administrative positions. Below is a list of the newly appointed officers and their positions.


Captain - Matt Tomlins
First Lieutenant - Jordon McCready
Second Lieutenant - Karis White
Chief Engineer - Bill Reynolds
Asst Chief Engineer - Vacant
Communications Officer - Doug Curtis, Jr.
Training Officer - Vacant


President ... (Full Story)

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Captain Matt Tomlins, December 22

Lower Somerset EMS held its annual Christmas party and awards ceremony on the evening of December 21st. The department takes this time to recognize members for a number of things from going above and beyond in the line of duty to top responders. We started the night with taking a group photo, then had a nice dinner and followed up by our awards ceremony. Thank you Tim Collins of TCI Inspirations Photography ... (Full Story & Photos)

Sealed Bids Being Accepted for Old 802.

Captain Matt Tomlins, December 14

Lower Somerset EMS is accepting sealed bids for the sale of our older ambulance 802. 802 is a 2000 Freightliner chassis with 134,620 miles. Vehicle has been well maintained. Sealed bids will be accepted until 12/28 via drop off at Station 8 at 2 Mill Lane in Crisfield, Maryland or via US mail to 3 Jacksonville Lane Crisfield, Maryland. Please write “sealed bid” on the envelope when submitting your ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Happy Holidays from Lower Somerset EMS.

Captain Matt Tomlins, December 04

This year we wanted to do something different when decorating Station 8 for the Holidays. We felt that we should honor and recognize our members that are no longer with us. Because of this we placed a wreath to represent each one of the 23 members that have passed.

It’s with great honor that we recognize the following members this Holiday season:

James Gundling
Bill Martin
James Lankford
Linda ... (Full Story & Photos)

Lower Somerset EMS Welcomes Santa!

Captain Matt Tomlins, November 27

Members from Lower Somerset EMS, along with the Crisfield Police Department and Crisfield Volunteer Fire Department, welcomed Santa to the City of Crisfield. Santa arrived via horse driven carriage. Crisfield’s Mayor, Barry Dize, also lit the famous “Crab Pot Tree”. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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